Jack Johnson: Situations Meaning
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Its the one that's just begun
But evidently its too late
Situation Number two
Its the only chance for you
It's controlled by denizens of hate
Situation Number three
It's the one that no one sees
All too often dismissed as...
anonymous Jun 20th, 2012 6:45am report
Its about being wanted to stop being stoned...get high and listen to it...youll see. XD
anonymous May 25th, 2011 5:15am report
I wish people would stop trying to tell everyone what jack johnson's songs mean. It's hardly ever about relationships. His mind is on much deeper things than girls and materialistic/physical whims. I actually had the fortunate chance of meeting him in byron bay and we had a very long discussion about the universe and "god" in general. He is an incredibly deep thinker, and it's astonishing how cheery he can stay when he is so depressed about society as a whole and the fact that we are all missing the big picture.
and by the way it's meant to be "it's the one that noone seizes"
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